Land Law in Hong Kong - Fourth Edition (Student)
Authors: SH Goo, Alice Lee
Land Law in Hong Kong is the leading textbook on property law and the conveyancing process in Hong Kong.
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Since the first edition, Land Law in Hong Kong has emerged as the leading textbook on the subject in Hong Kong. The text explains key concepts of property law and the conveyancing process. It covers all essential topics, including major forms of acquisition, the protection of ownership or interests in land, leases, licences, easements and mortgages. This book contains extracts from numerous sources including judgments, academic writings and statutory provisions which focus on the core rationale behind the law and provide a convenient reference for students. The new edition also takes into account recent important legislative changes and cases.